(Tea Party PAC) – Last week, the United States, at the direction of President Donald Trump, killed one of the most dangerous men on the planet.
Qassem Soleimani was the top general in Iran and also a terrorist mastermind who was responsible for the deaths of thousands of Iranians, Americans, and other innocent victims.
The world is a safer place with him dead.
The strike also eliminated Abu Mahdi al-Minhandis, the deputy commander of Iran-backed militias known as the Popular Mobilization Forces. There were reportedly seven people killed in total in the airstrike.
It didn’t take long for Iran to threaten to retaliate and retaliate they did on Tuesday evening when they fired missiles at a US base in Iraq.
This was after offering an $80 million bounty for anyone who can kill President Donald Trump!
On Tuesday, the Iranian parliament allocated 200 million euros or $223 million dollars to the al-Quds forces to avenge the death of their beloved psychopathic general, Soleimani.
Could we expect attacks inside the US?
In July of 2018, Trump tweeted about Obama granting citizenship to 2,500 Iranians when in talks with the Iranian regime on what would eventually become the horrible Iran deal.
This included government officials.
Just out that the Obama Administration granted citizenship, during the terrible Iran Deal negotiation, to 2,500 Iranians – including to government officials. How big (and bad) is that?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 3, 2018
At the time, Trump was accused of making a false claim.
However, Trump got his information from a top Iranian official, as reported by Fox News:
The Obama administration granted citizenship to 2,500 Iranians, including family members of government officials, while negotiating the Iran nuclear deal, a senior cleric and member of parliament has claimed.
Hojjat al-Islam Mojtaba Zolnour, who is chairman of Iran’s parliamentary nuclear committee and a member of its national security and foreign affairs committee, made the allegations during an interview with the country’s Etemad newspaper, cited by the country’s Fars News agency.
He claimed it was done as a favor to senior Iranian officials linked to President Hassan Rouhani, and he alleged the move sparked a competition among Iranian officials over whose children would benefit from the scheme.